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FOX Business
Sep 10, 2012 11:00am EDT
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FOX Business
Sep 10, 2012 1:00pm EDT
stock exchange where we find nicole petallides. carl icahn sounding off against navistar. why? >> we know carl icahn lets his thoughts be known. look looking at navistar basically it is to the downside. he is saying the decision to make lewis campbell chief executive officer he wrote a letter to the company, a poster child for abysmal business decisions poor corporate governance. he is sounding off to navistar and talks about to offer board seats to some of the shareholders. they're trying to respond. they're disappointing, navistar disappointing carl icahn expressing these thoughts. they say they have a clear path. western digital naming a new ceo. ceo, john c.o.i.n. retired. don't forget that. western digital is under pressure. back to you. lori: thank you so much, nicole. melissa: so the "wall street journal" sponsored conference innovative invest israel is underway. joining us now with more is adam shapiro. adam, what's going on? >> well we're going to turn our attention now to something not only important to israel's economic future but to its actual security and that has to do
FOX Business
Sep 14, 2012 1:00pm EDT
of 2009. how big of a concern is this? carl, it is great to see you. thank you for joining us. gas prices are higher today. do you see the gas price story impacting any kind of economic growth we can cross our fingers and hope for at this juncture good afternoon. thank you for having me back on the program. we were excited by the decline in retail gasoline prices rank the second quarter. that looked to be creating an economic tailwind that could help accelerate the pace of activity, especially household consumption in the second half of the year. that seems to be largely eroding. if we look at retail sales and strip out the gasoline component of that data that was reported earlier today, we still see gains. we cannot entirely chopped the retail sales number up to gasoline prices. certainly, that was a major factor. acting without bob on consumptions. if we see further, this is undoubtedly going to wait on consumers over the next couple of months. i think we will see it in the next month or two. melissa: what do you think will happen ahead of gas prices? oil prices right now, where they ar
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